Poll: Majority Support Gays In The Military

Honestly, not really that surprising:
A CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Tuesday indicates that 78 percent of the public supports allowing openly gay people to serve in the military, with one in five opposed.

"Support is widespread, even among Republicans. Nearly six in ten Republicans favor allowing openly gay individuals to serve in the military," says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "There is a gender gap, with 85 percent of women and 71 percent of men favoring the change, but support remains high among both groups."
Let gays serve openly. Or closeted. It only makes sense to let someone live however they want to live.

Cartoon: Chan Lowe, The Sun-Sentinel